2016 Kia Rio
22,480 Miles
$12,599

Savannah, GA
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2016 Kia Rio
41,660 Miles
$10,998

Jacksonville, FL
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2016 Kia Rio
29,548 Miles
$11,599

Cincinnati, OH
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2016 Kia Rio
9,528 Miles
$12,998

Escondido, CA
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2016 Kia Rio
49,943 Miles
$11,599

Albuquerque, NM
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2016 Kia Rio
19,526 Miles
$11,998

Cincinnati, OH
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2016 Kia Rio
12,173 Miles
$11,998

Brandywine, MD
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2016 Kia Rio
33,064 Miles
$11,998

Franklin, TN
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2016 Kia Rio
28,884 Miles
$10,599

Columbus, GA
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2016 Kia Rio
30,904 Miles
$12,998

Inglewood, CA
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2016 Kia Rio
41,754 Miles
$11,998

Roseville, CA
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2016 Kia Rio
27,220 Miles
$12,998

Kennesaw, GA
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2016 Kia Rio
48,476 Miles
$12,998

Maple Shade Twp, NJ
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2016 Kia Rio
29,854 Miles
$11,998

Gastonia, NC
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2016 Kia Rio
33,835 Miles
$11,599

Columbia, SC
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2016 Kia Rio
40,153 Miles
$11,998

Warner Robins, GA
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2016 Kia Rio
53,132 Miles
$10,998

Garland, TX
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2016 Kia Rio
25,385 Miles
$12,998

Houston, TX
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2016 Kia Rio
61,129 Miles
$8,995

Hickory Hills, IL
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2016 Kia Rio
53,805 Miles
$11,095

Jackson, MS
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2016 Kia Rio Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.5

2016 Kia Rio Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 Kia Rio - I love my car

Alex
Rolling Meadows, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
We absolutely love our car. I find that it handles very smoothly on the roads. So much that I don't feel the bumps as hard with here are no interior rattles or any other noticeable issues when driving. We purchased at 20K miles and have already taken it for a drive across the state. The interior is very comfortable. It is considered a compact car, but I don't feel like it is very compact. It has felt very roomy. I thought for sure by looks alone that I would have trouble getting in and out, but my legs fit with no problems at all. I even have extra space in the front. I climbed in the back with my son, and I still had room for my knees, and I didnÕt feel like it was a monumental task to get in and out of. The design is very sleek and modern, and it made me feel like I got a very nice c... (more)
Story
We were able to take a car trip out of state, and it was the first one we took with our new "baby." It handled smooth on the expressway, and we were shocked at how quickly it even passed up some sportier cars with the pickup it has.
Pros
Bluetooth connectivity, the rounded corners, and smooth acceleration. I enjoy the interior and the ability to use gas saving and go on the ECO mode.
Cons
No arm rest. Steering is a little loose feeling, which seems to be across the board with Kia. I wish it had a rearview camera. No cruise control.

2016 Kia Rio - Atrocious

Pedro
13201
Overall
2.0
Value
1.0
Performance
1.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
The car is cheaply made and shabby, and it's grossly underpowered. I know Kia isn't exactly known for power, but I thought they were getting better in terms of quality; however, this Rio is so lame. If I hadn't needed a car quickly, I'd have looked for anything else not named Mitsubishi Mirage. The features are barebones and don't make sense at all--I mean, why would you make a car that has Sirius Satellite Radio but no power windows?! Give me power windows over some stupid advanced feature that I don't care about at all. It's so ridiculous. Also, do not get this car if you live anywhere that gets more than three inches of snow per storm. I live in New York, and the car is so underpowered that if you get stuck in slush, forget about getting the car out. You'll have to wait for the plow... (more)
Story
I was driving in a snowstorm, and I got stuck in a parking lot slush patch. I had to call AAA to come get me out.
Pros
The SiriusXM satellite radio is the only thing that resembles a pro, but it really isn't.
Cons
Just about everything--the power, the handling, the building materials. The car eats through brakes and tires, too! I drive mostly highway miles, and I had to replace both at 30,000 miles.

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